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CONLON NANCARROW: LOST WORKS, LAST WORKS
New CD Release from Other Minds (OM 1002-2)

Photography © Philip Makanna
Courtesy of Eva Soltes
 
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Track list of Conlon Nancarrow: Lost Works, Last Works
Click on Tracks 2 & 19 Audio Player to hear them as streaming audio.


1 Prelude for Piano (1935)    1’00
Trimpin, pianola (30 August 1999, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco)


2 Blues for Piano (1935)    2’20
        
Trimpin, “Conloninpurple” instrument (30 August 1999, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts)


3-5 Sonatina for Piano (1941)
  
3 Presto    1’13
  
4 Moderato    1’39
  
5 Allegro molto    1’10
Nancarrow, player piano (April 1977, Mexico City)

6-7 String Quartet No. 1 (1945)

  
6 Allegro molto (1st movement)    1’38
  
7 Prestissimo (3rd movement)    2’55
Nancarrow, player piano (April 1977, Mexico City)

8 Piece for Tape (undated)    2’04
Nancarrow, musique concrète


9 Study No. 30 for Prepared Piano (undated)    2’58
Nancarrow, player piano (Mexico City, recording commissioned by composer)


10 Para Yoko (1990)    2’27
Trimpin, pianola (30 August 1999, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts)


11 Study No. 50 (ca. 1991)    3’57
Trimpin, pianola (30 August 1999, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts)


12 Study No. 51 (“3750”) (1992)    1’25
Trimpin, pianola (30 August 1999, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts)


13 Contraption No. 1 (1993)    3’18
Trimpin, pianola and “Conloninpurple” (30 August 1999, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts)


14-21 Conlon Nancarrow speaks with Charles Amirkhanian

  14 Making the hole-punching machine    6’11
  15 How long does it take to to punch a roll?    ‘57
  16 Terraced dynamics    5’27
  17 Ethnic music connections    3’19
  18 Favorite jazz artists    ‘31
  19 Canons    1’43
        
  20 Musical activity in Mexico    8’52
  21 Diego Rivera    3’50

(April 1977, Mexico City)